Monthly Archives: May 2015
A discussion between myself and MattWilson32 in a recent post brought up something I see too often in libertarian circles. I can’t count how many times I’ve watched a debate ensue on Facebook or Twitter or other online forums, when the entire matter … Continue reading
It seems my previous misgivings about the publisher of a certain “libertarian” site were not entirely unfounded. Honestly, at first I thought the comment was mere sarcasm or facetiousness. But then I found this and this. All together again, class: If you believe in … Continue reading
While at the local shopping center this morning, I encountered two glaring examples of how different people treat private sector workers compared to government ones. Dropping off books at the Half Price Bookstore, I observed a woman telling an employee … Continue reading
The common impression of Medieval Europe is that under feudalism, a majority of people were ruthlessly oppressed by the monarch or ruler, who held absolute power, was unaccountable for their actions, and lived in luxury while the poor languished in squalor.